Puzzle 203: Synograms. Moving around the world, in more ways than one.

Last Friday’s freestyle solution

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Get the “easier version” PDF here!

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If I made a Venn diagram of “people who like anagrams” and “people who like world geography”, how big would the intersecting area be? I guess we’ll find out a bit of that with this puzzle, no? The challenge is to take a pair of words, figure out which one to change to its synonym, and pair that word with the other word to anagram it into a well-known US city or world city.

The “easier version” gives the length of each city; the “harder version” does not.

If I had to do a self-assessment, I would say that this is on the tougher side, but I know that not a single one of you likes to back down from a challenge, right?

As always, I’d like to know, folks… comment is welcome! Come say hello! What did you like? What could I do better?

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